Eyes Wide Shut (cf. 1 Samuel 16: 7)

Christ teaches us how a person's heart may become blinded by pride, arrogance, and even education

A tale is told set in nineteenth century France of two men, strangers to one another, traveling on a train from Lille to Paris. The first man, a university student, had seated himself beside a peasant of seemingly good means. ...

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Commemorative Service for victims of MH17

MH-17

Australia’s Ukrainian community reflects and remembers 3rd anniversary MH 17 disaster. It is with pain and sorrow that Australia’s Ukrainian community remembers those who perished in the MH 17 disaster on July 17, 2014. The Australian Federation of Ukrainian Organisations (AFUO) ...

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St. John the Baptist Parish is 65 years old

Fr. Ihor Holovko / © catholicukes.org.au

Ukrainians in Australia are celebrating 70 years of Ukrainian immigration, while the Ukrainian Catholic Parish is celebrating 65 years of organized life. Actually a big number of Ukrainians who came to Australia came through Northam, Western Australia. Our parish in ...

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Canberra 4 Day Pilgrimage

The Cathedral in Canberra was proclaimed the pilgrimage place

Canberra Parish is celebrating its Praznik – St Volodymyr on the weekend of 29th-30th July. A Pilgrimage has been organized to include sight seeing of Canberra. The pilgrimage leaves at 8.00am on Friday 28th July and returns approx. 5.00 pm ...

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I’m spiritual but not religious

Catechism UGCC

When you hear these words, which are spoken quite often, you also hear “you know what I mean”. Nearly one fifth of all Australians identify themselves as “spiritual but not religious”. The 2016 Australian census for the first time in ...

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